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Mother, Daughter, Wife, Friend, Supporter…Artist

Mary K. (Polly) Addison passed away peacefully January 11, 2021 and is remembered as a woman who offered so much to so many. Whether it was helping with fundraisers, the visual arts committee or serving as a board member, her dedication and unflagging energy was always there to support the …

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Arts Through it All.

Art Outside and Online in the Face of the Pandemic with the Dairy Arts Center As a hub of creativity and learning, the Dairy Arts Center encompasses a lot for the Boulder community. Their iconic building, a former milk-processing facility, hosts a wide variety of artists, activities, performances, classes, and more. Unfortunately, …

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Virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

Jan 17th – Jan 18th, 2021 – With the support of The City of Boulder Office of Arts + Culture, The Dairy Arts Center is pleased to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with live programming throughout the weekend including a public poetry workshop, virtual slam poetry …

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Call for Arts Education Programming

Our Stories: a community resource for purposeful art education presented by the Dairy Arts Center Deadline for Proposals: December 27th, 2020 Final Product due: January 24th, 2020 With the generous support of the Xcel Energy Foundation, the Dairy Arts Center is seeking proposals for virtual arts education instructional videos targeting …

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Muralist Thomas ‘Detour’ Evans brings activism, emotionally charged artistry to new heights

By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily CameraPUBLISHED: August 29, 2020 at 1:35 p.m. | UPDATED: August 29, 2020 at 1:36 p.m. Denver-based creative crafts everything from massive murals to smaller commissioned pieces In March 2020, Thomas “Detour” Evans paints a mural on the Scarpa building on Frontier Avenue in Boulder. Evans is an all-around creative …

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😷 Health and Safety at the Dairy

Dear Dairy Visitors, Considering recent news about new outbreaks of Coronavirus (COVID-19) within the United States, I’m sharing the steps we are taking to try and curb the spread of pathogens at the Dairy. As of this writing, we have not heard of any new cases in Colorado, but we will …

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Visual Arts Exhibit at the Dairy Arts Center: Foreign Born

In conjunction with Mo’Print (regional biannual celebration of printmaking)  featuring eight female artists, all of whom were born abroad.  On View: February 28 – April 5, 2020 Opening Reception: Friday, February 28,  5:00pm – 7:00pm Foreign Born explores the unique perspectives of female immigrants from Asia, South America and Europe. …

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World wild web: Dairy’s digital-driven exhibit ‘Brutal Realities’ challenges world perceptions

Varied art by CU’s TECHNE Lab affiliates will be on display through Feb. 23 By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily CameraPUBLISHED: January 24, 2020 at 8:00 am | UPDATED: January 24, 2020 at 9:32 am A still from the net art piece “Famous Men Who’ve Cried Online” by Melanie Clemmons. This piece, along with others …

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Romanticizing the Glitch

‘Brutal Realities’ examines our digital-driven world through digital-driven art By Caitlin Rockett | Boulder Weekly  –  January 16, 2020 ‘Unfolded III’ – Annette Isham The Amazon rainforest was ablaze last year as artist Mark Amerika and curator Jessica Kooiman Parker began to conceptualize a new media exhibition for the Dairy …

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Mrs. Eda Bagel Brings a Hole Lot of Musical Fun to Boulder

Westword | JOHN BEAR | JANUARY 8, 2020 | 6:00AM – Jeffrey Kash jokes that you can just as easily invite your enemies to catch a performance of his on-stage persona, Mrs. Eda Bagel, as you can your friends, and you’d be doing both of them a favor. Or not. Of his latest show, Mrs. …

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Art from the soul

Peggy Turchette brings the costumes and fashion of ballerina Anna Pavlova to life by Angela K. Evans – December 12, 2019 | Boulder Weekly “My dancing belongs to the world,” Anna Pavlova once said. Yet almost a century after the ballerina’s death, many people have never heard of Pavlova or her dance company, …

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MARCH 2020

As of today, 3/12/2020, The Dairy Arts Center remains open and operational. Should scheduling changes occur, ticket holders will be directly notified by The Dairy Arts Center.

If you have a question about an event please contact the presenting arts organization. For films, Dairy Presents and all other questions contact the Box Office at 303.440.7826